Fibria, a Brazilian forestry company and the world’s leading producer of eucalyptus pulp from planted forests, has signed an agreement to acquire a minority interest in Finnish-based Spinnova and partner in the development, production and marketing of new materials using its technologies.
The Finnish forest has proved to be an incredibly versatile source of raw material for new bio-products ranging from health care to construction, and everything in between.
Finnish startup Paptic has received the Bio-Based Product of the Year 2017 award at the Bio-Based Live event in the Netherlands.
Delos™, a wellness real estate and technology firm, today announces a strategic investment and partnership with Naava, a Finnish health technology firm that specializes in the development of smart active green walls.
Finnish company MetGen has invented a revolutionary chemo-enzymatic pathway that boosts the efficiency and economics of renewable chemicals production.
Natural ingredients are becoming more prevalent in modern cosmetics as consumer concerns about synthetic ingredients and chemical substances increase. The pure Finnish nature offers innovative bio-based ingredients for cosmetic, pharmaceutical and healthcare industries globally. The Finnish offering is showcased at in- cosmetics Global 2017 fair, April 4-6, 2017 in London.
Finpro’s Waste-to-Energy & Bioenergy Growth Program had a successful visit to Northern Ontario in January 2017.
Finland provides expertise and holistic solutions for the whole Waste-to-Energy value chain.
Finpro’s Waste to Energy and Bioenergy (W2EB) and Capitalize your knowledge (CYK) growth programs held a common workshop. The target was to find new business models and develop synergies, which would be beneficial for both industries.
Companies got valuable business leads and enhanced the synergies with other participants of Finland Pavilion at Building Green 2016.
MetGen won the John Sime Award for Most Innovative New Technology at the European Forum for Industrial Biotechnology and the Bioeconomy (EFIB). Also other Finnish biotech companies received important visibility and contacts, among them Paptic, whose recyclable, bio-based and biodegradable bags attracted visitors to the Finnish stand.
Finland's largest sparring program for SME companies, Kasvu Open, granted the Kasvu Open Gaselli Award for the first time yesterday 26 October in Jyväskylä, Finland
Doranova has over 20 years created value for its Finnish clients by solving environmental problems. Now the company is getting ahead in the Asian market and has started an extensive project in Vietnam.
EuropaBio, the European Association for Bioindustries, has announced the finalists for its “Most Innovative European Biotech SME” awards.
The Finnish company Eera Waste Refining Ltd (EWR) and the Chilean company KDM Empresas signed an investment project development agreement to explore and develop investment projects for utilizing the municipal waste streams and minimizing the waste ending up to landfills in Chile.